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[Seminar]-Prof.Pooi See LEE-Nanyang Technological University
Time:2015-06-24 11:07Source:未知 Author :Zhang shengli Click:
Time:       04/03/2015 10:00 AM           
Location:   building 340 room 201
Speaker:   Prof. Pooi See LEE , Nanyang Technology University
Title:     Hybrid transparent conductors for stretchable and wearable electronics
Inviter:     Haibo Zeng
Sponsor:   Institute of Optoelectronics and Nanomaterials

Abstract: Stretchable and wearable electronics devices require the use of deformable conducting substrates for anodes or cathode formation. The conducting electrodes ideally possess the characteristics in maintaining good conductivity and optical transparency under conditions such as stretching, flexing, rolling or crumpling. In this talk, we report strategies for the fabrication of flexible or stretchable transparent conductors for electrochromics, electroluminescent devices, and photodetectors. Hybrid transparent conducting electrodes including polymer/metal nanoconstituents will be introduced. The interface properties can be enhanced to improve the bonding between the conductive materials and matrix. The resultant transparent conducting electrode improves the interaction with the overlay active materials which enhance the electron conduction, charge distribution, and ionic diffusion. Stretchable electrochromics, electroluminescence and photodetector devices based on the hybrid transparent conducting electrodes will be demonstrated. 

Prof. Pooi See LEE is an associate professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She received her Ph.D. degree from National University of Singapore in 2002. In January 2004, she joined the Nanyang Technological University as an Assistant Professor. She is a recipient of the 2001 Norman Hackerman Young Author award presented by the Electrochemical Society, USA. She was awarded the Tan Chin Tuan Fellowship in 2006. In 2011, Pooi See was a Fellow in the Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg Institute of Advanced Study in Germany. She has authored and co-authored more than 160 publications in the field of nanomaterials, micro/nanoelectronics, energy, nanowire sensors, supercapacitors and electrochromics. She has more than 20 patents filed, authored 5 invited book chapters and a book. She is now serving as the Associate Chair in MSE since 2012. She is a member of the Materials Research Society and Institute of Engineers Singapore. She has been an organizer, chair or session chair of many conferences. She is in the advisory board of Advanced Energy Materials and editorial board of Scientific Report, she was also a guest editor in the special issue in Advanced Materials and Small. 
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